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will have traffic in a moment. anny is in for howard who is taking a little day off. >> i like to call today pre- friday. as we're looking forward to the weekend and finishing off this work week, after that record breaking heat we had, yesterday, we set a new record. 98 degrees at reagan national. it was 97. none of that today. still on the warm side. the humidity is really going to be a lot less today. really, it should be not too bad. for your day planner for today, mid-70s by 9:00. 11:00, around 78. 1:00 will be in the lower 80s. northwest today, a drier air. that's why our humidity won't be as bad and then we'll see the winds kicking up maybe 60 miles per hour by 1:00 and almost to 20 sustained winds. the possibility it could be some concern for fire danger. right now, there are no watches or warnings in regards to that. the satellite radar, the strong storms did go through yesterday, clearing on out now and we're going to see the drier, cooler air today. really nice day in store for us. still a bit on the warm side. currently, it is going to be 74 arlington. 72 in bethesda. 68 in colle
. >> like hearing that, anny. right now, we're looking at inner loop and overall, building a little bit of congestion past braddock road up to 66. still ahead, more maryland roads for you. we'll have that, mike and andrea at 6:16. >> japan's prime minister survived a no confidence vote over the way he handled the country's nuclear crisis and tsunami. >> even with lawmakers on his side, he says he is willing to resign. that's one of the stories making news now this morning. he said he is willing to step down once japan is on its way to recovery. he did not give a date when that might be kan's opponents have criticized him for not acting fast enough during the crisis. >> a private security firm has been hired to investigate the alleged hacking of his twitter account. a college student said she was sent a lewd photo from anthony weiner's account. he won't say whether or not it was him in that picture. >> the man behind the balloon boy hoax is trying to sell a piece of that contraption that he said carried his young son. richard heaney is auctioning the flying saucer to benefit charity. bot
. annie is in for topper tonight. she has a look at what we can expect as the heat comes rolling back in. annie. >> we are talking about humidity. in fact, another code orange day is in store for us. all you sensitive group folks, tomorrow you are going to watch out. so heat advisory is in effect. you see the areas shaded in orange. this starts at noon tomorrow, goes until 8:00 p.m. right now temperatures in the mid 80s here in dc, manassas, 82. frederick 84. martins burg around 82 degrees. it feels nice and humidity a little bit. but we are still dew points in the 60s. tonight, clear to partly cloudy skies. mild and a little muggy. lows will be 64 to 73 degrees and winds are going to be light. now i'll talk about how long this heat wave lasts and our chances for some storms and showers, maybe an unsettled weekend. we'll talk about that when i come back. back to you. >> thank you annie. >>> eight years waiting, no arrests. hear from the woman who's life was changed in an instant right along i-95 in virginia. that is still ahead. first, ain't no party like a redskins party. at least that
, anny. thank you very much. right now, all is clear out in the accokeek, fort washington, clinton, brandywine areas. in my next traffic report, a look at your virginia roads. that's coming up at 5:17. >> making news now, just shy of 5:10, officials in missouri say all of those reported missing after the joplin tornado have now been accounted for. and the death toll is 134 people. demolition crews started work in the city yesterday. the tornado damage destroyed more than 8500 homes and businesses. >> congressman anthony weiner is not saying whether or not he's the subject shown in a lewd photo. the new york democrat is saying he's not the one who sent the photo from his twitter account to a college student, a 21- year-old. weiner does say someone hacked his twitter site. he's also investigating whether or not someone photo shopped allegedly showing him in his underwear. >> a beach on long island, new york, will stay closed to swimmers until at least this weekend following shark sightings off the coast. the sightings started tuesday afternoon. more were spotted again yesterday. >>>
, annie, you're a very sexy pregnant lady. - [gasps] oh, my god. oh, my god, i'm so sorry. - no, i'm sorry. - it's the hormones. [cell phone ringing] - this girl i was supposed to meet, she was late-- - please, please, please go. i'm actually-- i'm gonna get this cab. and, um, no, go. don't keep her waiting. go. - okay. take care of yourself, annie. - here... there's your jacket. okay. um, oh, uh, matt... maybe i will see you on a stamp one day. - ♪ oh-ooh ooh-ooh ♪ ooh-ooh yeah yeah ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ ooh-ooh yeah yeah yeah ♪ - ♪ you don't know what you had ♪ - someone's got a bounce in her step. - oh. what happened? point on luis where you touched him. was it in his bathing-suit area? - you know what? matt was really nice. but if matt calls, i am not here. - the baby's attacked her brain. - [wolf-whistles] - did you just whistle at me? - sorry. just goofing around. - no, it's good. keep objectifying pregnant women. they really need it. - [gasps] a new tattoo? - "keep on truckin'." that's my motto, annie. whatever life hands you, you pick yourself up and keep right on going. a very
leveling off. anny hong is here with our forecast. >> hey, j.c. boy, what a difference we're feeling, especially in the air, that humidity now is a lot less. less humid out there. dew points have improved. right now, day planner, 80 degrees by 3:00. we do see some gusty conditions especially surae is live. i can see her hair blowing. northwest winds around 17 miles by 6:00, temperatures in the low 80s. by 9:00, 72 degrees. a nice night to go on a run or take your bike out. temperatures around 83 for d.c. 79 in gaithersburg. lower 80s martinsburg. the dew points almost 30 degrees less compared to 24 hours ago. only in the mid 40s from manassas. 46 in washington. 45 in martinsburg. that's why it feels so much better outside. now, i'll let you know how long this trend lasts with a break from the heat before it warms back up coming up later. j.c.? >> all right, thank you very much, anny. >> deadly destruction in massachusetts today after at least two tornadoes hit the central part of the state. the twisters killed four people and injured dozens more. schools are closed and residents are
be as the citizens of washington that he is not coming here. annie. >> not bad golfing weather for tonight. a little humid, but not too bad. here's a look at our almanac. 90 degrees. average high is 92. speaking of records, i think tomorrow a chance to beat some records or even also tie some records. your full forecast when i come back. >> all right annie. a week after that deadly bus crash on i-95. officials kick off an effort to make sure other buses and trucks follow the rules. >>> drivers share the road with buses and trucks every day, but local inspectors are trying to make sure those extra large vehicles are safe company. today is the start of road check 2011. it's a 72 hour campaign where safety inspectors are conducting roughly 70,000 random vehicle checks in mexico, canada, and here in the u.s. >> check your equipment. obey the rules and regulations. follow the rules of the road. don't speed. watch your behavior. make sure you're not fatigued when you drive. >> of course that has profound meaning just one week after four people were killed and more than 50 others were injured in a bus cr
. >> thank you annie. >>> they are bringing in the heavy machinery. we'll tell you about that. but first, church and state may need to be separate, but should they be equal? we'll be taking a look at that question a little later on in our show. stay with us. >>> back now with a look at the fields in the center of a lawsuit in arlington county. earlier this year when the county rejected a request by the washington archdiocese to install lights at the high school. now the archdiocese is suing. it says since the county did allow lights at other high schools, the archdiocese believes that decision was descrim story. >>> the civil liberty's union is challenging a new law that lets the state drug test welfare recipients. governor rick scott says it's about not wasting taxpayer dollars. >> our taxpayers are not interested in subsidizing drug addiction. it's no different if you apply for a job, they aren't saying you use drugs, in that work environment, they don't want you to use drugs. in this case, we don't want to subsidize drug addiction. we give increased -- it's better for our families an
precautions. anny? >> still a chance for isolated thunderstorms and scattered showers tonight, bruce. but we have got a mid-week warmup coming this way. just how warm and how humid? we will talk about that when 9news now returns. >> they are creepy nasty blood suckers and fast becoming a patient's best medicine. the amazing role leeches are playing. the lowly life savers. coming up on 9news now. the new droid x2 by motorola with a dual core processor ? i could do everything faster. it's a shame mckenzie's too young to buy me one for father's day. we'd play games on it together, listen to music, watch movies. she'd want me to have one. and what kind of father would i be to get in her way ? i'll just sign her name on the card. give dad a gift he'd give himself, like the new, more powerful than ever droid x2, or the droid pro for $99.99, and get unlimited data for just $29.99. verizon. >>> a health alert tonight. don't eat the bean sprouts. german investigators have just pinpointed the organic bean sprouts the result of an e. coli outbreak. the sprouts are used in salads and came from a nearby
. it is the subject of "the red market." and then one about area 51. annie jacobsen has caused her own controversy about the new best seller about this military base. we have -- we are glad you have joined us. >> he needs extra help with his reading. >> i am james. >> yes. >> to everyone making a difference, you help us all a better. >> nationwide insurance supports tavis smiley. we're plant -- proud to join him and improving literacy and removing obstacles to economic empowerment. nationwide is on your side. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. ♪ tavis: scott carney is a journalist whose eye opening new text is called "the red market." nice to have the on the program. >> thank you for having me. >> i want to start with a question. your body, you have calculated it on the underground market. it would be worth about a quarter of a million dollars. would my body and be worth? >> you have to be look at the above ground marquette first. we have blood, skeletons, ligaments. for my -- man, maybe the sperm. you are famous and so may be worth a little more. every
and take first aid and take cpr class and ther is any and she'y annie and she' and in a disaster you don't fin people in this position and sometimes i walk up and i can't tell whether they are breathing or not and you have to get closer and you have to touch th person and shake and shout "are you all right? " and no response and then you touch annie and shake her and n response, and what you do is pu the person in a neutral positi position, on the back so you ca open the air way if you think they're not breathing. if they are breathing and you shake annie and she says "go away, i'm sleeping here" you don't have to move her. how much blood do you have? about 6-liters and how much of the red fluid would it take to soak the front of my shirt? not much and one of the little lobes in the bottom here, half an ounce would coat my shirt an if i were to take this and pore it out on the wooden flee floor make a mess and all over the place and difficult to gi gauge blood loss by what you are looking at and there is an emotional component to it and this is a lot of blood and ble bleeding control a
guest tonight, annie jacobsen. she's author of the bookary" 51." so you know what you're getting a little bit of tonight, ladies and gentlemen? truth. [laughter] now, obviously over the past couple of weeks, there have been a lot of very important issues that we've had to discuss here on the program, issues that may have been waylaid by perhaps more pressing issues that we've had to discuss, like the death of bin laden, the hard-core porn in bin laden's house. [laughter] hard-core poets, rhyming in the people's house, and finally the distractions are over. we here at "the daily show" can get back to our core mission, discussing the important issues of the day, such as immigration policy in a respectful, sober manner. you're welcome. [laughter] to the debate. >> in a bombshell announcement, former california governor arnold schwarzenegger now admits to fathering a child with a longtime household staffer. >> jon: oh, for [bleeped]. [laughter] this close. damn you nearly irresistible comic possibilities. funny accent, built-in movie poster fun. sure, yes, obviously, sure. you know,
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ago. meteorologist anny hong is out there. you got a lucky assignment, anny? >> i love fair food. i have my turkey leg. fried stuff. funnel cake. oreos and deep fried twinkies. so i'm going to eat, talk and play some games here. that's good. talk about the fair here. all right. the gates opened up at 6 p.m. the music is a big thing happening this weekend. so let's take a look at some of the headliners for this evening. the big one tonight. third eye blind on the main stage. tomorrow the bangles and on sunday the leg warmers and of course all these concerts aren't free with admission. and then the hours. they are open until midnight tonight. so come on out. bring the umbrella just in case. on saturday goes from 10 p.m. to midnight. sunday ends at 7 p.m. admission is $12 and for senior citizens and military kids only $5. we are live out here at celebrate fairfax and gates just opened. i see maybe some storm clouds. so we will watch that possibility. howard, back to you. >> we have been watching that one little shower coming through loudoun county approaching dulles right now. we will
, gender and the recession. why some say the recession is sexist. annie. >> and get outside tonight if you can. we have heat and humidity back on the rise. official high today was 88 degrees. the low 66. no rain today. i have the latest on the heat wave coming up. >>> a wild fire burning for a week scorched 200 square miles in arizona and it's still burning. 2500 firefighters are battling these flames. they have to thank -- they have the thanks of the folks forced to evacuate mountain communities in eastern arizona. >> those men and women are risking their lives every minute of it. they are here to save us and thank god for that. >> so far, flames destroyed only a handful of buildings, but the smoke is becoming a health hazard for folks living hundreds of miles away. with strong winds and low humidity in the forecast, firefighters fear things are going to get worse before they get better. >> china is getting into a war of words with google. country's communist party is lashing out. the people's daily newspaper says the complaints could hurt the country's economy. hack attacks were trace
in the region. anny hong is out on the weather terrace with the sticky and hot details. anny? >> you feel it out here tonight, lesli. we will feel it for another day or so. and then we do see some changes. so, yes, we blasted flew a couple of those records today. numbers have come in and here is a look at the numbers. all right. in downtown at reagan national, the old record was 98. we set a new one today at 99. baltimore even got up to 99 beating their old record of 97. dulles. we were close. a degree close to tying it at 97. the official high today 96 degrees. the heat advisory you see in orange continues. has now been extended through thursday. tomorrow from noon until 8 p.m. right now it is in the upper 90s here in downtown. 97 culpeper. 95 in martinsburg. factor in that humidity. here is what it feels like. a lot of 100s all over this map. fredericksburg 112 degrees. it just feels yucky. tonight, clear to partly cloudy skies. warm. muggy. lows will be 67. into the upper 70s. not a whole lot of cooling. we will talk more about the unsettled weather coming this way a little bit later. back
storms tomorrow and the cooldown we're expecting coming up a little bit later. bruce. >> annie, thanks a lot. >>> tonight a d.c. mother calling for justice after a missing daughter's remains were found in north carolina. her daughter had vanished months ago and now the mother is talking to cameron. he's live now with the details surrounding this case. what's going on? wrrp well, bruce, the victim's mother had told me earlier today that months ago she dreamt it would all end this way, unfortunately that is not only a dream, it is a reality. it was at this police station where antoinettea mcí company rkoy was found missing. her remains were found in the back of a durham, north carolina home. peter lucas moses has been charged with both deaths. the home belonged to their mother. the victim's mother says moses was an old friend of her daughters, the two had recently reconnected through facebook. antoinette had gone off to north carolina to be with him against her mother's wishes. it was back in december of last year when her mother last heard from her daughter. it was this week that she g
and when things finally cool off, let's get right to annie. >> anita, we're talking about temperatures that will feel well like into the 100 degrees by tomorrow late afternoon. so tomorrow you want to take it easy and be in the ac as much as you can. our heat alert. heat advisory shaded in orange. we're expecting heat index values of 100-105. it's most of the dc area and philadelphia. they got the red. that's the excessive heat warning. records -- i think we could set some more records tomorrow. now, for dc-reagan national, 97 degrees is the record for tomorrow set in 2007. baltimore 97. dulles 97. and, guess what, our highs are going to be in the upper 90s. so that can be definitely at least tied if not set new records. right now it's still warm. a bit muggy too. around 79 in dc. overnight clear to partly cloudy skies. mild and muggy. lows 64-70 degrees. it is going to be warm and muggy as well. so definitely wear light colored clothing and loose clothing as well. now, meanwhile the first heat related deaths of the season were reported in maryland today. scott broom is live on the wea
, delaware. crews believe it was started by a lightning strike. >>> nothing but blues skies out there, anny, and we love it. >> this is so nice, derrick. finally getting a real taste of spring around here. perfect conditions out there tonight. if you want to have dinner outside, get that walk in or the run in, do it tonight. this is perfect. right now, temperatures in the mid-70s at arlington. 78 downtown. 70, fairfax. doppler radar, it is as clear out there. only a few clouds, but no showers. it's been dry and just gorgeous. so for tonight, what are we expecting? clear to partly cloudy skies, cool and comfortable. open the windows, lows 54 to 64. more details in your seven-day forecast a little later. back to you, derrick. >> thanks, anny. >>> still to come, fore. look out for golfers as the u.s. open comes to town. >>> first, the fees are really starting to add up. see how much they're actually worth to the airline. that's up next. >>> back now with a look at why those airlines may be charging us all those bag fees. well, today the government reported airlines made $3.4 billion last year
condition. >>> still ahead. anny will look at your steamy forecast but first new revelations in the saga of the congressman and his social networking skills. and it is not good. stay with us. >>> back on 9news now now latest twist in the congressman anthony weiner's twitter scandal much tonight the new york times is reporting that the new york democrat's wife is pregnant. there has been speculations about the state of the couple's marriage ever since the congressman admitted that he has suggestive online conversations with six different women over the last few years some while he was married. he and his wife will not be splitting up but more stories will follow whether he should leave him. it is a theme most therapists say will never go away. if it doesn't involve actual physical contact does it qualify as cheating? >> is this a congressman weiner question? >> yes, it is. >> let's put it this way if he were my husband i would have strangled him with my bare hands. >> it is a minor issue. >> i think there are many people who would consider an emotional affair to be cheating. >> weiner's
in the dark. let's see where the storms are cooking tonight as our meteorologist anny hong reports. >> we just had a severe thunderstorm warning out to the far west of us. nothing around the immediate dc metro area. let's get right to live doppler hd. areas shaded in yellow. west virginia and hardy west virginia where we have been seeing storms in the highlands out in the mountains developing and some showers. so we are watching these storms out here. but the dc metro area we could see some more numerous showers and storms starting on sunday. here is a look at doppler radar 9000 where you can see we have got some showers and storms out to the west. we are going to draw in some of this energy into our area especially by tomorrow. i think also maybe golf could be affected tomorrow. so for tonight though mostly cloudy with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. lows will be 66 to 72 degrees and winds are going to be light. we will talk more about that threat for storms coming up and also a warmup coming this way a little bit later. bruce? >>> services held today for the nephew of maryland
. >>> weather warnings in the mid-atlantic and south this morning. meteorologist anny hong with the weather. >> some showers coming around the area. around the district just cloudy skies. most of the activity out towards the west and also to the north of us. we also do have a couple warnings, in fact, some flash flood warnings in effect until 11:30 p.m. this evening. here is a look at doppler radar to show you some of the showers coming through the area. we will see more showers and thunderstorms tomorrow morning as well. look to the far upper left-hand corner just south of cumberland. we have a flash flood warning until 11:30 p.m. tonight. hampshire and mineral counties in west virginia. so for the rest of tonight mostly cloudy and warm. scattered showers and thunderstorms. lows 66 to 72 degrees. and here is your wakeup weather as you're getting the day going for tomorrow. basically showers, thunderstorms all day. i think more numerous earlier in the day versus later in the day and then also you want to definitely bring your umbrellas if you're going out to the u.s. open. we will talk more
are not getting off the hook for round 3 coming our way tomorrow. anny hong has the latest heat alert again. >> yes, again. but we do see some changes in the forecast. by the way, your deodorant is just fine. okay. yeah, the heat is still on and the humidity through tonight, in fact. you can still feel it as you're stepping outside. tomorrow, the same thing. also, i think the storm chances are going to be going up as well. look at the heat advisory in effect in orange. heat index, 100 to 105, even higher to the south of us. but you can see we have this until basically tomorrow noon or 8:00 once again. tomorrow, if you can stay inside, the ac or the pools, that's just good. currently it's 85 in downtown, 79 in manassas, 84 in leesburg. you factor in the humidity, what does it feel like? it's 11:00 in dc. it feels like 94 degrees. look at fredericsburg, 92 degrees. it's still hot out there. so we actually beat two recordes and set some new records, including downtown at dca reagan national got to 99 degrees, blasting through the old record of 98, even baltimore setting a new record at 99 degr
around and some of them we understand may be severe, anny? >> chance for severe weather is in our forecast, bruce. here is a look at live doppler 9000 hd where you can see basically out really more toward baltimore we have got some showers and thunderstorms heading basically south. could impact the bay. also to the metro area looking for a chance for showers developing tonight. also we are looking at just out toward the west some showers, thunderstorms could be coming in overnight probably as you are sleeping for most areas. doppler radar 9000 showing us you can see some of the lightening strikes associated with the storms up to the north of us and then out toward the west we are watching this storm system. you can see a severe thunderstorm watch and this air will be coming this way in the next several hours. so sunday does look unsettled. in fact, here is a look at the risk for some severe weather. the area in yellow is a slight risk for severe thunderstorms for tomorrow. main threat being gusty winds and hail. so overnight mostly cloudy, scattered showers and isolated storms. lo
amendments. supervisor cohen: thank you. colleagues? annie and comments or questions? supervisor wiener: by these amendments separate? what should we do with the imf >> the proposal would move one of the tower of hand and entire blocks durable they have done environmental studies, so there is no reason to go back to planet from the process perspective. i do recommend that you continue with one week for additional public comment. you could send this to the board as a plan by sending it as a committee report next week. supervisor cohen: did you want to open it up for public comment? supervisor mar: if you would facilitate? supervisor cohen: i would love to. first, i would like to call [unintelligible] >> by m the land-use attorney. i did not submit a speaker card because i did not anticipate de need to address the panel. the supervisor had asked excellent questions and if the public is entitled to an answer. first, let me say that executive park is not something new and it did not start in 2006. it started in the late 1970's. more than half of it was developed for a long period of time by
. lee and the need testified that casey told him and annie took her daughter. we will have the latest from the orlando court room tonight on 11 news at 5:00. buried beneath the rubble in the mini tornado-ravaged cities, stories of survival, like this one of an 8-year-old boy who was picked up by a tornado in april. he was visiting his grandmother when a tornado ripped through the town in georgia. he had a head injury and many broken bones. he recalls this terrifying moments. >> i passed out, and then i will back up -- woke back up, and then my grandmother flies off of me, and then i fly off, and i am, like flying in the sky, and then i don't remember after that, because i went down on the ground. >> he lost four family members that day, including his brother. he says he is anxious to leave a hospital and go home. measles concerns -- local health officials warn you to know the signs, including a sporting event or even a been exposed. -- where you may have been exposed. >> the magic words -- hazy, hot and humid again today. 96 at the airport, 98 at the inner harbor. >> dr. patrick allen
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'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike hydeck. welcome to 9news now. good morning. here's angie. anny is in for howard. >> you guys all look lovely. >> thank you. >> and you know, definitely, this is a great day to have fun with the clothes, get dressed up. it will be really nice. not as humid. finally, a break. thanks to that northwesterly breeze we're going to have. as you're heading out the door this morning and as you're waking up, it will be a really nice day. air quality is code green. plenty of sun. noon around 80 degrees for lunch. go outside if you want. by 5:00, low 80s. right now, mostly cloudy. 76. clouds won't be staying around too long. here is a look at the satellite and radar picture. we saw the storms go through. now we've cleared out. we have the northwesterly breezes kicking up. may get breezy at times. temperatures in the mid-70s here in d.c. cumberland around 72. charlottesville, 79 degrees. you see the highs for today. we'll be around mid-80s. a few degrees above the average. the humidity, much better. less humid today and we're going to see temperatures rise a little more over t
and tomorrow morning. let's get over to anny hong in the 9news now weather center. >> much quieter tonight, derek. we don't have green so that means we are staying partly cloudy to mostly cloudy conditions. we did see several severe thunderstorm warnings go through earlier. a lot of lightening with it but right now you can see it is much quieter. out to the west. watching this system here. at this point we should not be impacted by this overnight. in fact, it should be fairly quiet overnight with temperatures mild in the 60s and 70s. but we did see those storm reports come in tonight. here is what we saw. quarter to golf ball sized hail in culpeper and frederick counties. 60 to 70-mile-an-hour wind gusts. some people thought we had tornadoes but it was just really high trees. so what can you expect tomorrow morning as you're waking up? well, temperatures in the 60s by 6 a.m. in the morning. slight chance of showers in the morning. temperatures close to 80s at 10. it will be warm and muggy once again. now, we will talk about the chance for storms in the afternoon on saturday. also maybe for
of the president. >> sarah annie, i think you might be right. you may be on to something. you know, when you are president, you do get to play golf a lot like 30 times a year and appoint people who donate money to your campaign and they get curby government jobs and joke about shovele ready jobs and what about running for congress? you end up being a 12 term representative of california and become house minority leader and increase your network 62 percent in one year. you will be doing that while your constitients are struggling just to get by. i hope things are better and i have faith they are going to be. with karina and gabby and ryan and sarah annie, i want to believe that america's future is in good hands only 20 percent of the new grads find jobs in their field of study and 80 percent of them move back in with mom and dad . so until things improve. you might not want to be in a big rush to get out of school. >> i want to live with my mommy and daddy forever. >> oh. yes, arber, i bet you do . if your economy doesn't improve, darling, that is probably what you will be doing. i hope mom a
thunderstorms have been rolling across our region all day long. let's go right to annie hong with more news reports. >> we do have some activity on the doppler radar. but we did get some pretty good storm damage reports. in fact we had some penny and quarter-sized hail reported in king george county, virginia earlier today. 60 miles per hour wind gusts in virginia and several downed trees in carol and st. mary's county late this afternoon. and early this evening. here is a look at the live doppler 9,000hd. we still have some showers basically to the south of us. these showers are generally heading over to the east. and so really southern maryland will probably get more showers in the next hour or so. and we did see a lot of lightning associated with these storms that rolled through earlier tonight. and so for the rest of the night, the threat for thunderstorms are dying down. but then tomorrow they fire back up. here is a look at your wakeup weather. 60s and 70s in the morning around 7:00. partly sunny conditions. by 11:00 all right into the 80s. we do have some real relief coming our way.
of the american medical association. let's go to anny hong right now with latest on the weather. >> hey bruce, here's a lack at some of the -- look at some of the storm reports. penny sized hail. tree falling on the a house in -- on a house in fairfax county. a lot of location inlewd colluding st. mary's, calvert and charles. the cloud-to-ground lightning, look at that that we caught on the tower cameras looking south of d. c.. pretty impressive stuff out there earlier tonight which prompted a lot of severe thunderstorm warnings early this afternoon and also in the evening. all right, here's a look at live doppler 9000 hd, wow, , a lot quieter has the cold front is now pushing through and we've got cooler and drier air settling in. here's a look at the slight and radar, those storms coming through. some of them really packing in quite a punch earlier tonight. but now we have partly cloudy conditions to clear skies out there. currently, it's 73-degrees and the dew point is at 68 and really by tomorrow morning, you will feel that humidity be a lot less. all right, so drier and cooler air settli
. >> sarah annie, i think you might be right. you may be on to something. you know, when you are president, you do get to play golf a lot like 30 times a year and appoint people who donate money to your campaign and they get curby government jobs and joke about shovele ready jobs and what about running for congress? you end up being a 12 term representative of california and become house minority leader and increase your network 62 percent in one year. you will be doing that while your constitients are struggling just to get by. i hope things are better and i have faith they are going to be. with karina and gabby and ryan and sarah annie, i want to believe that america's future is in good hands only 20 percent of the new grads find jobs in their field of study and 80 percent of them move back in with mom and dad . so until things improve. you might not want to be in a big rush to get out of school. >> i want to live with my mommy and daddy forever. >> oh. yes, arber, i bet you do . if your economy doesn't improve, darling, that is probably what you will be doing. i hope mom and dad likes i
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